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Applicability of Clinical Pharmacotherapy Guidelines for Major Depression in Primary Care Settings

Herbert C. Schulberg, PhD; Marian R. Block, MD; Michael J. Madonia; Eric Rodriguez, MD; C. Paul Scott, MD; Judith Lave, PhD

Arch Fam Med. 1995;4(2):106-112.

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